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The speed of light wouldn't stop time but make it extremely slow. After u have traveled the distance light travels in a sec then you will pass 1 second in space time assuming you are still whole and have not turned into a photon which would break so many rules.
It's important to understand that the size of the state space in the many worlds or Everett theory is constant: it doesn't increase when the individual "worlds" or eigenstates "split up" or become macroscopically distinguishable. A consequence is that just as the "worlds" can "split up", they can also "merge", such as when the two spin eigenstates of an ...
Following the wikipedia link to "Time:Time as Unreal" from Glenn the Udderboat's answer I read :- Time as "unreal" In 5th century BC Greece, Antiphon the Sophist, in a fragment preserved from his chief work On Truth, held that: "Time is not a reality (hypostasis), but a concept (noêma) or a measure (metron)." If I can paraphrase your hypothesis: ...
Heat flows into a cooler condition; cold does not flow into a warmer condition. The 'rate' of cooling is dependent upon the difference between the coffee and the surrounding, ambient temperature. That is, a very hot cup of coffee will cool "faster" than a just warm cup of coffee. As the very hot cup of coffee starts to approach room temperature the rate of ...
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